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Why Walking Can Improve Pain

We know patients often are hesitant to become active fearing their pain will worsen. However, research shows gentle exercise like walking can actually improve pain.

Nov 13th, 2019
Spotting the Telltale Signs and Symptoms of CRPS

Complex regional pain syndrome can be a confusing problem to have, especially because it’s often difficult to diagnose. Here are a few of the signs and symptoms that may indicate you have CRPS.

Sep 1st, 2019
5 Health Benefits (and Uses) for CBD Oil

If you’re confused by the buzz about CBD oil, you aren’t alone. It can be difficult to understand when or if the product is effective because there’s so much conflicting information. Here are five uses of CBD oil that have benefits.

May 2nd, 2019
Great Advice for Managing Fibromyalgia Pain

The two hallmark symptoms of fibromyalgia, fatigue and pain, can make simply getting through a day difficult. Here’s some advice to help you manage life with fibromyalgia.

Feb 6th, 2019
Chronic Pain and Depression

Chronic pain can be both emotional and physical. Often, it can be difficult to determine which came first, the pain or depression.

Feb 17th, 2020
Anti-Inflammatory Sweet Potato Muffins

When we think of baked treats, we often think of cookies, cakes and muffins with little health benefits. But these muffins, are full of healthful anti-inflammatory ingredients including turmeric, ginger, cloves and sweet potatoes.

Jan 27th, 2020
Immune Boosting Vegetable Soup

The cold weather is back in Central Florida so it's the perfect time to mark National Soup Month with an immune boosting soup.

Jan 20th, 2020
It's Cold Outside and My Joints Hurt!

Cold weather can often bring about stiffness, aches and pain. Understanding why certain patients react to weather changes is unknown, but there are steps to reduce your pain.

Jan 6th, 2020
What is Kyphoplasty?

Kyphoplasty is used to restore a damaged vertebrae's height and may relieve pain when the vertebrae is fractured or broken.

Dec 9th, 2019
Steroid Injections What you Should Know

In a new study published in the journal Radiology, researchers looked at 459 patients in a U.S. hospital who had received one to three corticosteroid injections into a knee or hip. Findings showed of those patients, 36 of them, or 8%, experienced adverse e

Oct 22nd, 2019